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Make Money Blogging With LinkWorth

Updated on July 19, 2012

LinkWorth: 6 Ways to Make Money Blogging

LinkWorth is a company that offers bloggers an excellent way to monetize blogs. I came across this site several years ago. I was already getting paid to blog for Blogitive and Blogsvertise, so I knew what to expect. I signed up immediately to find out if they were a legitimate way to make money online. (You can never have too many ways to earn income). I was excited to learn if this was going to be an alternate way I could work from home. I opened an account and added my two most popular blogs. Next I had to wait to hear from them to see if my blogs would be accepted into their network. I received a quick reply. My blogs were accepted. All I had to do was wait for an assignment. I received an assignment soon after joining. (My blogs had high page rank, so getting assignments quickly was common). Best of all. I received my payment by paypal. I'm sure you want to learn more about how you can join this site too. Let's get started on all the get paid to blog details!

LinkWorth offers bloggers six different ways you can earn with your blog.

  1. Text Links Ads
  2. In Content PPC Ads
  3. Hosted Content Ads
  4. Banner Ads
  5. Paid Blog Reviews
  6. Multi URL Rotating Ads

What kind of blogs are accepted into the Linkworth network?

What I like about is that they accepted, typepad or any other free hosted blogging site. That means whatever you earn is pure profit because you're not paying for hosting or a domain name!

How much can I earn with this site?

You set your price for your blog reviews. They keep 50% of your earnings. They have an option that allows you to offer website packages such as three reviews on three sites for $X amount. This may bring you more sales depending on the page rank and popularity of your site. For an additional fee of $25. you can list your ad space on the advertiser's and partner's home page.

When are Linkworth payments made?

Payments are made on the 10th of the month of the closest business day, if the 10th is on a weekend or holiday.

How are payments processed?

Unlike other paid blogging companies that only offer paypal payments, Linkworth offers 4 methods of payment processing.

  • Direct Deposit is available to US banks only. The minimum amount is $100.
  • Bank to bank wire transfer is available to Non US banks. Minimum payout is $100.
  • Business checks are issued to those with a minimum payout of $100.
  • Paypal payments are processed when you reach a minimum of $25.00.

Two More Ways to Earn

Besides all the ways you can monetize the ad space on your site, you can also earn money through their affiliate program. You can earn by referring advertisers or partners to LinkWorth. You will earn $50. for each referrer that spends or earns $100. After that, you will earn 5% commissions for the life of the account! Now that's passive income!

I hope that you enjoyed learning about one of the many ways I make money online. Don't forget to subscribe, so you don't miss out on more ways to make money from home. Be sure to share this hub with family and friends by email, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or your favorite social media network. Thanks in advance!

Please, leave your questions or comments here! ;)

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    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @Marisaupa You don't have to sell text link ads. They also offer interstitial ads, banner ads and more. You can pick and choose which advertising you want to offer. I have been using this site for years and never had a problem. However, I was affected many years ago when google penalized payperpost bloggers. Good luck and keep me posted on your progress. ;)

    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @alocsin Thanks for the vote! Hope you make some money with Linkworth. ;)

    • Marisaupa profile image

      Maria Sol 

      7 years ago

      Interesting. I had heard about LinkWorth, but honestly I had never disseminated their operation. I had not realized that they offered a gradated method for monetizing your content. Your Hub provided great insight and has spurred my interest to give them a try.

      Of course as promising as it sounds, it is a link exchange, so I will start first with some of my mid-level blogs and sites to properly test the waters. Last thing I want is to get slapped by the next Panda or Penguin update.

    • alocsin profile image

      Aurelio Locsin 

      7 years ago from Orange County, CA

      I always appreciate info on extra source of revenue. I'll check LinkWorth out. Voting this Up and Useful.

    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @Eric Calderwood You may get advertisers that want text links ads, while others want paid reviews. Some use banner ads and still others like ppc ads. There are several ways to earn, which is great for a blogger that wants to monetize their blog. Might as well give it a try. It's free to join and You have nothing to lose! :)

    • Eric Calderwood profile image

      Eric Calderwood 

      7 years ago from USA

      So, with LinkWorth you get advertisements in your existing blogs, assigned blog topics to write for other blogs, and assignments to read and review other blogs? Is that right? It sounds good. Please let me know if I misunderstood anything. Thanks.

    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @Kelley1987 First of all, I'd like to thank you for reading and participating here. :) I believe that blogs should be over 30 days old and have at least 30 posts. That's it. Join for free and see what happens. It can't hurt to try. Good luck! ;)

    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @dpsimswm The answer to your question is no. Thanks for stopping by.

    • Kelley1987 profile image


      7 years ago from Georgia

      This sounds great but what about those people who are newbies when it comes to blogging and writing online like me? Would Linkworth accept me? Thanks for writing this hub, very informative! :)

    • dpsimswm profile image


      7 years ago from Richmond, Virginia

      Is this program tied to Hubpages?

    • supermom_in_ny profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from NY

      @wetnosedogs Thanks! I'm honored. This is a great company. They make timely payments. They also offer a lot of different ways to monetize your blog, especially paid reviews. I love paid blogging because you get upfront payments, you won the content and you can also earn with Adsense. Great opportunity for any blogger. Good luck!

    • wetnosedogs profile image


      7 years ago from Alabama

      I haven't heard of LinkWorth and appreciate this worthwhile hub. Learning-this is the first hub I shared!


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